The Feuerlandhöfe in Berlin-Mitte will comprise 394 residential units as well as several retail and commercial areas measuring up to a total of 35,399 m² of space to let. The property will be completed and transferred fully let to a German institutional investor.
This investor directly acquired the site identified by the CG Group and jointly negotiated with the vendors, making purchase financing in the project development phase unnecessary.
The name of the project refers to the area’s history: in the 19th century, numerous enterprises in the metal industry sprung up close to the royal iron foundry in the Invalidenstrasse, and their blacksmiths' fires and smoking chimneys gave the name “Feuerland” (fire land) to this part of the city.
The project includes the site of the former bromide factory at Chausseestrasse 38-42a. This prolongation of Friedrichstrasse is one of the promising and highly sought-after upcoming locations in Berlin, directly opposite the new Federal Intelligence Service building with 5,000 employees.
The building was designed by Fuchshuber Architects of Leipzig. One third of the total building volume will be housed in the officially registered cultural heritage building. Various new parts will complement this typical Berlin courtyard building with 216 underground parking spaces and apartments ranging from 45 to 200 m² in size.
This residential complex will be equipped with modern technical innovations such as solar thermal energy and a rainwater recovery system as well as attractive art, colour and light design elements.
The CG Group continues its long-standing cooperation with Kondor Wessels with their largest joint building venture to date.
|Distance to city centre:||2.5 km|
|Distance to railway station:||1.4 km|
|Distance to motorway:||4.5 km|
|Distance to nursery:||0.8 km|
|Distance to local public transport:||0.1 km|
|Distance to school:||0.8 km|
The project in Mitte lies a short distance from Berlin’s main railway station. The surrounding area is characterised by numerous large buildings such as the newly constructed Federal Intelligence Service building. The entire area is in a transition period and, in the coming years, will establish itself as a mixed-use location with considerable residential space.
Public transport makes going to and from the project’s location very easy. The already sufficient range of retail and services offered in the area will improve in the coming years; and the area’s social infrastructure is considered good, while nearby medical facilities are very good.